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PlanetRemote Standard FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

How will I know if the PlanetRemote-enable computer is being accessed from a remote location?

When a remote access connection has been established, a notification in a Windows XP-style pop-up balloon will appear above the PlanetRemote icon in the system tray (along the bottom of your screen against the right corner) of the PlanetRemote-enabled computer's desktop. The notification will report the IP address and host name of the remote computer that has established the connection. In addition, the icon, which is typically green, will change to orange for the entire duration of the remote connection. Only after all remote control connections have been disconnected with the orange icon return to green.

See Setting Notification Options for more details.

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